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Re: Photographs

Post by Guest on 16.12.10 13:46

Daoud (Thu Dec 16, 2010 1:13 pm) wrote:
First off - it's an assumption that the original photo showed Madeleine's knee or knees, so this is all highly speculative

What can be seen in that photo?

Far too much background and not enough of the children. What does that tell you?

And yes they do crop photo's, as not long after I commented on the pony picture, within an hour, that one got the chop.
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Post by Guest on 16.12.10 13:51

Daoud (Thu Dec 16, 2010 1:44 pm) wrote:
Stella (Thu Dec 16, 2010 1:33 pm) wrote:
Daoud (Thu Dec 16, 2010 11:35 am) wrote:
ETA As for the shadows mentioned in earlier posts, it's important to establish how flat the grassy area around the pool is before making any deductions, as dips and hollows can dramatically alter the alignment of shadows.

Health and safety would not allow "dips and hollows" around a childrens play area. It is far too dangerous. They have to be flat, just like the tennis courts. There is also a big difference between a shorter shadow and no shadow at all. We must not forget the telling shadow inside the play house, at a different angle altogether.

Really? That's mind boggling - are Health and Safety unaware that most of the unpaved, untarmac'ed world is not flat. Far too dangerous? But maybe we have different understandings of 'dips and hollows'? Totally flat surfaces are almost invariably artificial are they not?

Perhaps you know of a landscape gardener who likes laying grass for a play area over "dips and hollows". Perhaps the construction company purposely left that part of the world like mount sinai, when flattening the tennis courts around it?
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Post by Daoud on 16.12.10 14:32

Where I live there are three large open areas which are grassed over - onyl one, the rugby pitch, is rolled and flat; the other two, where children often play are flatish, but not rolled - they have (slight) dips and hollows that pose no dangers to bipeds of whatever age.
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